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The Rheumatology Podcast

By SBL Productions

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​The Rheumatology Podcast is a bimonthly conversation by and for clinical rheumatologists discussing the science, art, technology, and politics of the modern rheumatology practice. The hosts are three clinical rheumatologists. Dr. Paul Sufka practices in Minnesota, Dr. Bhana in New Jersey, and Dr. Laccheo in Tennessee.

Customer Reviews

A podcast series that benefits both physicians and patients

I don't get the impression that I am part of the intended target audience for this podcast (I am a patient, not a physician), so I hope the hosts don't mind my listening in, because I find this series to be very informative. In particular, since biologics are relatively new to the autoimmune disease treatment arsenal, I find the discussions about these drugs (especially the the one podcast focusing primarily on tofacitinib) to be very helpful. It matters a lot to patients to know what prescribing physicians think about these drugs generally, as well as what they think about some of the various published studies about biologics. These are discussions that patients often cannot have with their own rheumatologists, either because the doctor does not feel that a patient has the capacity or willingness to understand the details, and/or because there doesn't ever seem to be enough time in a typical appointment to discuss much of anything.
I hope the hosts continue with this series for a good long while. They have my sincere thanks for everything they have taught me so far.

Very informative, and entertaining!

I've listened to a number of rheumatology podcasts and this by far is the most interesting of those I've listened to. The papers reviewed are relevant and the discussion is informed. I also like the tech reviews as I am always looking for new apps that are useful. I enjoy the sprinkles of humor here and there that keep things "real". Kudos to you three! It's not just mom who's listening :)

Very informative!

I learned a lot.

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